Address: 1405 N. Jefferson Street
Neighborhood: Tara — Leeway Heights
Walk to Westover Village from stately, pre-war colonial with 2 car garage, nestled on a 15,000 sq. ft. lot in the McKinley, Swanson, Washington-Lee district.
Bring your Pinterest savvy and HGTV imagination to make this gracious home your own. Three bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs, main level bedroom, breakfast room off kitchen and walk out rec room in the lower level along with a full bathroom.
Desirable details include warm wood floors, wood-burning fireplaces in the living room and rec. room, sunporch off the living room and a studio above the garage.
The home is in fresh, neutral move-in condition. An opportunity in a neighborhood you will cherish.
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If you’re new to the area or seeking a new daycare/pre-school option for fall, Rosslyn Children’s Center (RCC) currently has a limited number of openings for infants, toddlers, 2 year-olds, 3 year-olds and Pre-Kindergarten.
We have recently relocated to a brand new center in the heart of Rosslyn, with our main entrance just past the Kent Street entrance to Freedom Park.
RCC has been a member of the Arlington community since 1991. An experienced administrative team works alongside a dedicated and tenured teaching team to provide developmentally appropriate experiences which foster growth, curiosity and development for children birth through six.
Each classroom is staffed with teaching teams to create a collaborative teaching approach that provides a rich learning environment.
RCC proudly offers an emergent curriculum, guiding children’s learning through play. Our lesson plans are not necessarily driven by a calendar, but are determined by what is relevant and interesting to the children.
Teachers who successfully work with an emergent curriculum must have not only a deep understanding of typical developmental stages and early brain development, but also the confidence, skills and experience to allow children to participate in their own learning.
The RCC community is very active within Rosslyn. All classrooms visit Freedom Park each week, with older classes exploring our urban setting regularly, including visits to the Farmers Market, the sandbox at Gateway Park, and Rosslyn community events. Regular community events and weekend “Parents’ Night Out” events make for a tight-knit and welcoming community.
To learn more, call 703-524-0202 or click here to request more information.
Learn how to buy for less than your rent: explaining the home buying process — from forming your budget to crafting the winning offer!
Purchasing a home is not like any other purchase you’ve ever made — there are hundreds of factors at play!
The Orange Line Living Team and Keri Shull Team will be teaching all of the acronyms and definitions you will need to know, what happens at each stage of your transaction, real strategies on how to negotiate a lower purchase price, the different type of loans available and much more.
There will be local specialists from multiple industries in attendance, so come with questions!
- Financing programs
- How to avoid double paying a rent + mortgage
- How to calculate your budget the right way
- How to craft a winning offer
- Finding off-market properties
- Leveraging your equity
- The 4 C’s of real estate
- Come with questions, we will answer them!
Benefits of Attending
- $1,500 credit towards your new home or towards early lease termination*
- 12-month home buy-back guarantee — purchase with confidence!
- Wine and cheese provided
- AND the first 3 to attend will receive a giftcard to Barley Mac restaurant!
- When: Monday, July 16 and July 30 at 6 p.m.
- Where: Orange Line Living, 1600 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 101
- Cost: Free
- Parking: Validated parking or free street parking
- Food: Wine and cheese
- Contact: [email protected] or call 571-969-7653
*Must use the Orange Line Living or Keri Shull Team when purchasing your new home to be eligible for $1,000 rebate. Earn another $500 by giving us the names of 3 people who may also be looking to buy or sell.
Love the idea of living in the heart of D.C.? Here are two reasons that will inspire your next move: Lydian + Lyric.
A standout addition to the Mount Vernon Triangle skyline, these sleek, sister residences are joined by one amazing lifestyle in an authentic neighborhood that cares about everyone.
Centrally located at 4th and K Streets NW in Downtown D.C., Lydian + Lyric fill a city block and join dozens of hotspot restaurants, new high-end shops and premier employers moving into the area.
On the ground floor of both buildings you will find eateries brought to you by the owners of Georgetown’s legendary Baked & Wired: A Baked Joint, and soon — la BETTY. Stroll to the popular Busboys and Poets, Alta Strada, RPM Italian, Mandu and the future Apple store at the former Carnegie Library.
Also in walking distance are NoMa, the 14th Street Corridor, Shaw and Chinatown, as well as two Metro stations. And it’s just 15 convenient minutes from Arlington and many commuter routes.
All-new Lydian arrived last month and local renters have been quick to take advantage of its exceptional location, well-appointed apartments and thoughtfully designed amenity spaces.
Lydian’s homes include studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments. One-third of the building’s 324 units are already leased. Socially connected Lyric opened in 2014 and is fully leased. Lyric’s homes include one bedroom, one bedroom plus den and two bedroom apartments.
What’s to love about Lydian + Lyric?
At both buildings, you’ll enjoy features and details that are as stylish as they are comfortable, including floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens with built-in wine racks, designer cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances, porcelanosa tile flooring, full size stackable washer and dryer, NEST programmable thermostats and balconies and private terraces in select units.
Both buildings elevate living in Mount Vernon Triangle with thoughtful amenities like rooftop retreats with resort-style pools, fire pits, demonstration kitchens and more. You’ll discover tranquility gardens for unwinding and state-of-the-art fitness centers with Peloton bikes and WellBeats virtual trainers for a great workout.
Services like a 24/7 concierge, valet dry cleaning, pet walking and dog grooming stations make everyday life a breeze. And so does having keyless fob access, bicycle storage and available gated underground parking.
Both residences are leasing quickly. For more information or to schedule a tour, visit here or contact the leasing team at 202-777-0740. Developed by Quadrangle Development and The Wilkes Company.
Address: 567 23rd Street S.
Neighborhood: Crystal City
Listed: $28 per square foot + expenses
Open: Showings by appointment only
Rare opportunity to lease over 4,700 square feet of retail space located in the heart of Crystal City.
Build out features bar, restaurant and kitchen upstairs as well as a prep area with freezer, refrigerator and storage downstairs.
Property includes 5 off street parking spaces.
Address: 1006 Railroad Avenue
Neighborhood: Falls Church City
Listed: From the 750k’s
The Railroad Cottages offer a simple, beautiful and low-maintenance lifestyle through thoughtful design.
These 10 beautifully built, highly energy efficient, right-sized, age-qualified homes are in a wonderfully walkable location near public transit, shops and entertainment. The front porches and orientation around the common area and Common House encourages conversation and neighborliness while still providing layers of privacy.
With geothermal and solar, the community will have some of the highest efficiencies found in the National Capital Region. Residents will enjoy the privacy of a single family home with all of the conveniences of luxury condominium living.
Centrally located in Falls Church City and on the Washington & Old Dominion Trail, The Railroad Cottages are building a sense of community through good design. Completion is expected November 2018.
Call Theresa today to find out more about the community as well as the six remaining homes.
Address: 635 N. Jackson Street
Neighborhood: Ashton Heights
On the market now, a 6 bedroom, 4.5 bath stunning home custom designed by the award winning architectural firm of DWRicks Architects + Associates, PC.
The unique design blends 21st Century functionality with modern elegance. It is a sophisticated home nestled on a quiet neighborhood street that gets top grades in the environmental and energy efficiency departments with geothermal heating and cooling.
The urban amenities of Clarendon, VA Square & Ballston Quarter are close by. D.C. is a short Metro ride away.
The heart of this stunning home is on the main level. It is an open floor plan where the kitchen, dining room and living room all flow together seamlessly and face a south-facing courtyard.
There is a full master bedroom suite on the main level and a second master suite on the upper level.
The icing on the cake: The home is located on one of the most neighborly locations in Ashton Heights, on the famous Jackson Street that takes its Halloween decorating seriously.
Arlington Travel Baseball (ATB) is a 501(c)3 non-profit youth baseball organization that provides an opportunity for players ages 9-12U to acquire superior skills through higher levels of competition. ATB is seeking head and assistant coaches who have a passion for the game and want to join a “winning” team. Ideally, we are in search of former college baseball players who want to teach the game they grew up playing
Coaches will be compensated a competitive wage and required to pass a background check. Coaching experience is a plus but not required and training is available as needed. Coaches will report to the Director of Player Development, who will set team goals and assist with practice plans and specific skills development.
Typical responsibilities include:
- Manage the day to day field activities of the team. Teaching relevant skills, tactics and techniques.
- Arrive on time and have a practice plan for each practice.
- Lead the team at all regular season, playoff and tournament games.
- Coach in a positive manner. (Coaches will have coach of conduct form)
- Communicate with Team General Manager with administrative needs of team.
- Prepare the players for the physical and mental challenges of competitive baseball.
- Identify player strengths and weaknesses and provide progress reports at end of summer season.
- Attend annual tryouts in June and July
If you’re interested or know someone who might be please contact us at [email protected] or call 703-801-6297.
More than a thousand people have given their feedback on how to make Crystal City, Pentagon City and Potomac Yard — Arlington a better place — and that’s just online.
Hundreds more have shared their thoughts at close to a dozen on-site engagement activities throughout the area, and the project will continue to gain momentum throughout the summer.
The Crystal City Business Improvement District (BID) is now several months into a multidimensional strategic planning process exploring the nature of the greater submarket that includes Crystal City, Pentagon City and Potomac Yard — Arlington.
The process, called the Future Cities Project, includes an extensive community outreach effort via Neighborland, a platform that enables the public to engage in an accessible and equitable way both online and in person.
In addition to engaging online via www.futurecitiesproject.org, the Crystal City BID has been staging onsite engagement efforts at busy locations around the area, including Metrorail stations, residential and office lobbies, shopping areas and local events. Over the next two weeks, Crystal City BID staff will pop up at various locations soliciting immediate feedback via the effort’s signature whiteboard.
New questions — which focus on enhancing the quality of life, maximizing inclusivity and adding cultural attractions and destinations — will be posted every few weeks to maximize participation and maintain interest over the course of the next three months.
For a complete and detailed schedule of upcoming dates and locations, please visit the Future Cities Project website. You may also share your feedback online, see what others have shared and vote on ideas that you agree with.
“The public feedback collected from the community through Neighborland will be a key input into our efforts to rethink the strategic priorities for the BID as an organization and the area,” said Crystal City BID Chief Operating Officer, Robert H. Mandle. “What we learn will help drive thinking about the area’s identity and what is most needed to create an integrated and vibrant walkable urban center.”
The Future Cities Project is guided by a Steering Committee drawn from the Crystal City BID’s Board of Directors, civic associations, business and arts groups and major property owners in the Pentagon City and Potomac Yard areas, along with other public and civic sector leaders and officials. Visit www.futurecitiesproject.com to get involved and learn more.
Address: 4656 N. Dittmar Road
Neighborhood: Country Club Hills
Open: Sunday 1-4 p.m.
With generously sized spaces, practical circular flow and attention to beautiful architectural details, you’ll love coming home to this gracious Country Club Hills retreat.
Perfect for entertaining, the dining and living spaces open up to the lushly landscaped and private back yard with stone patio and attached screened-in porch. With three bedrooms and four full baths, this home is perfect as it is, or may easily be added onto to gain an additional two bedrooms and bath if desired.
The latest addition showcases spacious dining and family rooms with soaring coffered ceilings. On the second level is the master suite, a perfect haven with sitting room, walk-in closet, and spa-like bath.
Whether entertaining many or desiring a restful retreat, this home has it all!
For further info, photos, and floor-plans, visit www.CountryClubRetreat.com.
Indulge in some self-care: Washington Improv Theater’s Summer Escape provides relief from 100% humidity and grueling daily headlines. Make WIT part of your night out on 14th Street with our series of improvised shows running through August 5.
Use the code ARLNOW to get two tickets for just $25. What’s in store?
- Your audience suggestion could end the world in Apocalypse How?, a new show by WIT’s hit musical improv ensemble iMusical.
- Inspired by the movie School of Rock, WIT debuts the improvised rock comedy Heavy Rotation where the actors play live instruments.
- A two-night-only guest! Karaoke Storytellers, currently running at Chicago’s iO theater, is the brainchild of D.C. native Connor Gorman. On July 27 and 28, experience a show that blends improvisation and storytelling with full-throttle karaoke!
- The razor-sharp all-female cast of WIT company ensemble Hellcat base their shows off of cringe-worthy readings by special guests. From long-lost AIM conversations to teenage journal entries to angst-ridden poetry, come revel in the awkwardness, shame and hilarity.
Summer Escape can save you from your daily summer struggles with pesky tour groups, pit stains and Metro delays. Get out of your world and step into ours.
Address: 3100 N. Harrison Street
Neighborhood: Crescent Hills
Open: Saturday and Sunday from 1-4 p.m.
What could be better than a beautifully renovated home in a fantastic location?
You’ll find an amazing amount of space in this lovely four bedroom, four full bath Colonial with three finished levels, attached garage and an open floor plan.
True chef’s kitchen with high-end appliances and plenty of room to gather — whether it’s for a big celebration after the soccer game or an evening of fine dining with friends.
Generously sized bedrooms and a full master-suite with walk-in closet, bonus room and spa-like bath make this home an inviting retreat.
Walk to Discovery Elementary, Williamsburg Middle School, Chestnut Hills Park & Playground, Lee-Harrison Shopping Center and more! For further info, photos and floorplans, visit www.NorthHarrison.com.
At The Bower, you’ll never run out of things to do and explore.
Eclectic dining, live music, nights at the ball game, vibrant community events — it’s all here at The Yards, waiting to welcome you home.
Dine at local hot spots including Chloe, District Winery and Osteria Morini. Shop local favorites from Steadfast Supply to Willow and stock up on the essentials at Harris Teeter located just one block away from The Bower.
Buzzing nightlife, a humming social scene, outdoor concerts, the riverfront and more — it’s a city within a city, a world within a world. For those buying a condo in DC, The Bower is the place to find everything you need.
From studios and one-bedroom condos all the way up to penthouses, The Bower offers a variety of layouts to suit your lifestyle. These thoughtfully designed condos feature 9′ ceilings, wide-plank hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling glass, Bosch electric appliances and Italian cabinetry.
The Bower includes inviting community spaces from a rooftop residents’ lounge and terrace with wet bar and a fitness studio. With the ideal mix of energy, convenience and style, The Bower is the perfect transition from the energy of The Yards to the peace of home.
To learn more visit thebowerdc.com or call 202-869-5233.
The arrival of summer brings family trips to the beach, backyard barbecues and for many homes, peak energy use.
Fortunately, Washington Gas makes saving energy surprisingly easy — for the community and for their customers. If you are a homeowner, the season is right to take advantage of programs and services from Washington Gas that can help save energy, money and the environment.
Before you plan your next outdoor picnic, take a moment to use the free Washington Gas Home Energy Profile Tool, available on their website, washingtongasrebates.com/profile.
Within a few minutes, you will get a comprehensive analysis of your home’s energy use and learn how you can save energy through identifying potential cost savings. The Home Energy Profile Tool is available in both English and Spanish.
Big energy savings can begin by making small changes in and around your home, especially during the summer months. To help get you get started, Washington Gas is making its free energy conservation kit available to all Virginia residential customers who complete the Home Energy Profile.
Customers can simply request the kit once completing the Home Energy Profile. The items contained in the free kit will help you conserve energy and reduce utility bills. The items in the free kit include:
- A High-Efficiency Showerhead: Enjoy strong, consistent water pressure from a high-efficiency showerhead, while saving water and the energy required to heat the water.
- A Bathroom Faucet Aerator: Made to fit bathroom faucets, this product maintains great water pressure while conserving water and energy.
- Self-Adhesive Door Sweep: Prevent air leaks under entry doors by creating a tight seal between the door and the door’s threshold.
- A Roll of Closed Cell Foam Weather Strip: Seal air leaks around doors
and windows to prevent outside drafts from coming in and to prevent air inside your home from escaping.
This summer take the first step toward creating a more energy-efficient home by completing the Home Energy Profile available at washingtongasrebates.com/profile.
Address: 1838 N Kirkwood Place
Neighborhood: Lyon Village
Open: Sunday, June 17 from 2-4 p.m.
Located in Lyon Village, this renovated 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home incorporates Modern Prairie style throughout each and every home detail, from the modern glass rail system and waterfall kitchen island with quartz countertops to its wood-burning fireplace and screened in porch.
Tour this beautiful home at the next open house, Sunday, June 17 from 2-4 p.m.